If you’re a clued-in Freddie Gibbs fan, I don’t need to tell you that the emcee dropped a new tape earlier this week. For those not in the know, however, the Gary, Indiana gangster (and freestyle series alum) is offering you a wake-up call in the form of newly-leaked standout cut Str8 Slammin. Here, Booth-approved beat crew SMKA serve up a pensive arpeggiated-synth instrumental to back Gibbs and Three 6 co-founder Juicy J. as they drop low-key yet intense bars about their respective hustles. Released this past Monday, Freddie Gibbs’ Cold Day in Hell street album is available now online.
Written by richard on 11/4/11
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